Sep 292008

Western society can be said to believe thoughts and behaviors are ephemeral things that are generated and fade away within the mind.  

Asian society believes that the mind and body are inextricably intertwined. Anything that happens to the mind must have some related effect on the body, and anything that happens to the body must have some related effect on the mind. According to that way of thinking, a trait like greed would have an influence on the body, and not just the mind.

 Keeping those ideas in mind, please inspect the statues in the following picture, which are statues of the Chinese “God Of Greed”.

Most Westerners would attribute the exact look of the statues to an artistic decision. Some artist made a personal decision about what they felt a “God Of Greed” would look like, then created the statues to conform to that personal vision.

An Asian person though, because they were raised in a culture that believes the mind and body are inextricably intertwined, would claim the statue looks the way it does because that is how greedy people look.

How exactly do the statues of “The God Of Greed” look?

The heads of the statues are tilted backwards,

which makes the face of the statues look upwards.

The statues have pig like ears,

and pig like noses.

The mouths of the statues are turned down at both ends,

and some of the upper front teeth are are protruding from the mouth. 

The Chinese statue of “The God Of Greed” looks like an ugly fat pig, doesn’t it?

In a way it is understandable why Westerners would want to believe that thoughts and behaviors are generated within and only affect the mind. What person who exhibited greedy behavior would want to believe they look or are on the way to looking like ugly fat little pigs?

How could it be proven that the Chinese statue of “The God Of Greed” is an accurate depiction of the appearance of greedy human beings, and not the personal vision of some artist who created the statues?

That would be easy. All the interested person would have to do is find people who were generally accepted to exhibit greedy behavior, then compare how they look to the statue. Some confirmation of what is claimed in this blog entry can probably immediately provided to most people.

In your own personal experience, aren’t most greedy people fat? The statue of “The God Of Greed” is fat. There is one characteristic of greedy people you have verified resembles the statue and you have not even started comparing the statue to real people yet.

Sep 292008


The man with his hands on the wall is possessed by the guy with his hand on his back. 

That statement might strike you as odd. If it does, you need to ask yourself a question. Why is the man to the rear putting his hand on the back of the man with his hands on the wall? 

Just because?

That is a simple minded response. Nothing happens without a reason. The man with his hands on the wall is not crippled. He does not need assistance standing up, so that is not the reason the other man’s hands are on his back. The man in the back does not seem to be pushing the man in the front with his hand. It might be argued the man in the rear is expressing a feeling of emotion by putting his hand on the other man’s back. That is a genuine possibility.

There is something that the reader who is doubting this picture shows an example of possession needs to know, because if the reader doubts this picture is an example of possession, they probably don’t know anything about possession.

Possession takes place by the transfer of forces from one body to another. Forces have the ability to travel across a distance, which means that it is not necessary to touch someone to possess them. There is a caveat though. The strength of forces weakens according to the distance from the target the possessor is. The farther away from the target, the weaker the forces from the possessor will be, meaning the act of possession will be more difficult.

All of that is a long winded way of saying that the forces used for the act of possession will be at their strongest if the possessor is touching the victim. There is no intervening distance between the target and the possessor to dissipate the strength of the force.  The full strength of the possessing force flows directly from the possessor’s body into the target’s body

An Example of Possession Video

Sep 282008

The following picture is of a man after he was captured and tortured.

Before he was captured the man was the leader of a country. According to Happeh Theory, the appearance of the man in the picture indicates the torture left him an “animal”.

What is the basis of that claim?

The picture below present an example of a gesture known as “The Sign of the Animal” in Happeh Theory nomenclature.

The man in the picture, whose name is Fidel Castro, is not demonstrating the gesture so a picture can be taken of it. Castro is making “The Sign of the Animal” at the photographer taking his picture for the reason the gesture was invented. To insult the photographer. According to Happeh Theory, that gesture is an insult that can be interpreted as saying “you are an animal, not a thinking, rational human being”.

The next picture is a comparison of Castro making the insult gesture and the picture of Saddam Hussein.

Do you see any similarities between the two pictures?

Both men have their right hand up by their head.

A hand raised up by the face in one of the characteristics of The Sign of the Animal.

Are there any other similarities between the two pictures? It is easier to find the similarities by starting with Castro because he is purposefully making The Sign of the Animal. Whatever he is doing must be one of the characteristics of The Sign of the Animal.

The hand that Castro raised up to his face is pulling his right eyelid down.

Inspection of the tortured man’s right eye reveals it has a wide open look, as if the skin on his face was being pulled away from his eye.

The insult gesture known as “The Sign of the Animal” consists of raising one hand up to the eye on the same side of the body and pulling the eyelid downwards. The body of the man who was tortured has a similar appearance.

According to Happeh Theory, the involuntary configuration and appearance of the tortured man’s body is what the insult gesture “The Sign Of The Animal” was based on. Any human being anywhere in the world whose body has been changed in a particular way, or whose body has not developed in a particular way, will involuntarily make that gesture constantly. They cannot stop themselves from making it.

An individual using the gesture as an insult is saying to the person being insulted, “you are an undeveloped or damaged, animal like human being”.

Sep 232008

According to Happeh Theory, masturbation will make a human being blind and crippled, as well as causing many other changes to the human body. One of those changes is asymmetry of the body. Masturbation caused bodily asymmetry affects both the body and head. The picture below is an example of a masturbation changed face.

A line is then drawn along the center of the face that divides the face into right and left halves.

The dividing line helps to see the differences between each side of the asymmetric face. The right side of the face looks much larger,

than the left side of the face.

The right ear looks bigger,

than the left ear.

The right ear sticks out away from the head,

while the left ear is pulled in towards the head.

The right side of the mouth angles down,

while the left side of the mouth angles up.

The right side of the mouth is closed,

while the left side of the mouth is partially opened.

The right eyebrow is higher,

than the left eyebrow.

The hair on the more normal looking right side of the face has a smooth-ish look to it,

while the hair on the masturbation changed left side of the face looks uneven and unruly.

The right cheek has a smooth curve to it,

while the left cheek looks more like an angular line.

Right Handed Masturbation is responsible for all of the changes to the man’s face. The main overall change Right Handed Masturbation causes to the face is to shrink the left side of the face and head. A review of the previously listed changes to the left side of the face will reveal that almost all of them can intuitively be linked to the actions of a contracting or shrinking force.